Try Day Trading is a Forex education course that is inviting potential day traders to ”Learn how you can day trade our money!” On its homepage, the company claimed to have started as a Forex training center but later added funding and coaching services in 2016. I’m afraid that this is just another clever trading indicator salesman. This review will cover the whole truth about Try Day Trading.
Try Day Trading is said to have an office in Utah with an address at 2889 Ashton Blvd, Lehi, UT 84043. Try Day Trading is said to have started in 2008, but a who.is research shows that the website was created on 30 June 2016. Try Day Trading is trying to look bigger and more professional than they are, which is why they are faking its year of establishment.
To get in touch with them, one can fill out a contact form on their website or call Try Day Trading support, Rachel at (801) 210-1154.
Note: Their Forex courses look very basic and we are not surprised that none of their trading educators provided evidence of a successful trading career. If you want to trade like a professional, you should buy your trading software from people who don’t promise overnight riches.
Try Day Trading Review
For traders operating their funded accounts, Try Day Trading claims to give them 60% (Trader Pro Funding coaching program) to 80% (Trader Executive coaching program) of the profits generated.
While the Trader Pro Funding coaching program lasts for 6 weeks and qualifies each graduate for a $50,000 day trading account, the Trader Executive coaching program is more extensive (9 weeks coaching program) and qualifies each graduate for additional funds up to $100,000.
A 2-day one-on-one forex coaching retreat and one year of free proprietary leading indicators are also part of the Trader Executive coaching program launched in 2016.
Try Day Trading is also offering a 30-day trial. Prices have not been mentioned upfront. The free trial leads you to the free webinar where you can see their indicator in action.
Try Day Trading Strategy
Try Day Trading provided a section for Forex courses. This section is meant to provide the day trader with Free Forex lessons on the Foreign exchange market, but the lessons are very basic. One can easily search for those topics and get straightforward answers from the web. Although this is a Free lesson, Try Day Trading is supposed to provide more in-depth knowledge on the various strategies and approaches used in Forex trading.
Going by the Try Day Trading Forex courses, it is hard to believe that you would find a professional day trader that will put you through the advanced day trading strategies with this program. As it stands, it feels like this vendor repackaged his articles from an online website.
Try Day Trading Results
Of all their faults, the trading educator has not verified their income claims.
Nowadays, a professional trader is akin to someone that has a successful career trading. We could not see any live trading performance to verify their claims. Considering their little reputation, it is hard to trust them if they cannot provide verified proof of consistent performance.
They are not very different from Littlefish FX or some other vendors that I’ve reviewed here before.
Try Day Trading needs to tell us why they claim to be established in 2008, whereas their website was created in 2016.
Their Forex courses look very basic and we are not surprised that none of their trading educators provided evidence of a successful trading career. We would like to see an advanced trading demonstration and at least 6 months of live trading performance results from any of their professionals before we consider a recommendation. This is not an unusual request as you can see also in our recent reviews of Breakfree Trading.
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